Writing Real World Expressions
 1. Jack earned \$20 more than half as much as Joe.A) 5x + 20B) 5x÷20C) 5x - 20D) 5x(20)2. Carl drove six miles more than twice the distance driven by Rita.A) 2x + 6B) 2x - 6C) 2x÷ 6D) 2x(6)3. Plant A grew 8 inches taller than three times the height of plant B.A) 3x÷8B) 3x+8C) 3x-8D) 3x(8)4. Gavin is two inches shorter than Ellie's height plus four.A) (e+4)-2B) (e+4)+2C) (e+4)x2D) (e+4)÷25. Yvette has twice as many coins as six less than Tim's collection.A) 2-(x-6)B) 2÷(x-6)C) 2(x-6)D) 2+(x-6)6. In a bowl there are pears and grapes. The number of grapes is twenty less than four times the number of pears.7. Nina equally split 150 candies into 4 groups. She took out x candies before she split the rest.8. Five friends split the cost of a dinner bill, plus the \$8 tip.A) (x+8)÷5B) (x+8)-5C) (x+8)+5D) (x+8) x 59. I am six years older than three times your age.A) (3x) x 6B) 3x-6C) 3x÷6D) 3x+610. Kim has four times the number of books that are in half of Sal's collection.A) 4(.05 × a)B) 4(.05 ÷ a)C) 4(.05 + a)D) 4(.05 -a)
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